IMP Boats Information

Discussion in 'Powerboats' started by JKE, Jan 17, 2005.

  1. c602
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    c602 New Member

    data plate

    Mine is located below the steering wheel underneath the dash. It has the load cap, serial number . Imp Aztec 21' Hardtop 1974

    c602
     
  2. elto
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    elto New Member

    Imp X 270 Se 1985

    Hi,
    New to this site.

    Just purchased this boat. Seems solid enough to go down the Mississippi, Florida, and ?? !

    It did not have an owners manual. It would be nice to be able to look at a floor plan, wiring, plumbing, , how much does it weigh, etc., etc..

    I am in Iowa, and trying to winterize ASAP.

    Is there an owners assoc. for IMP.

    Elto ( Old out board motor) a k a: Gearhead
     
  3. elto
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    elto New Member

    You can probably tell I do not know what I am doing exactly, kinda, sorta. elto
     

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  4. NadaBoring
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    NadaBoring Two Time IMP Owner

    Hi Elto. This is probably the best place for acquiring information about IMP boats of all ages. However, you can check in at www.IMPBoatClub.com for more information. Personally, I like this place better. Easier to navigate around and easier to post replies. You have a nice looking boat. Should give you much pleasure. Good luck.
     
  5. NadaBoring
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    NadaBoring Two Time IMP Owner

    GENERAL NOTICE:

    I just checked the web site for impboatclub.com and find it is shut down and unavailable. Anyone know what is going on there? I hope those who deserted this site for that one will return with their input, knowledge and questions.
     
  6. 204 Escape
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    204 Escape 204 Escape

    I was wondering if the trailers for these boats, were by chance made by a company called "Rolco". If so they were made in Chanute, Kansas, and there may be some of the old timers around that shop that could help you all with information on the boats, and the trailers as well.

    If so, here is the information on them. They were bought out by Youngs Welding in Chanute, Ks.

    Rolco Products A Division of Youngs Welding Inc.
    4115 Johnson Rd.
    Chanute, Ks. 66720

    Phone: 620-431-1310

    I live 10 miles north of Chanute, Ks (where they made/make the Rolco trailers), and 10 miles south of Iola, Kansas, where they made the IMP boats.

    I know a guy that use to install engines there, for a few years, I will ask him if he remembers any of the BIG wheels names. If he does, I can post them for you. HOWEVER, the guy I know sustained a hand injury a little while back, and is trying to re-cooperate.

    Hope this helps.

    204 Escape
     
  7. dan38s
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    elto where in iowa are you ? im in marshalltown i have a1971 21 footer aztec with a 351 mercury 240 hp its a teal green and white good to see there are some more imps in iowa. thanx dan
     
  8. edjunior
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    edjunior Senior Member

    Hullo all, is anyone still active in this thread? I just purchased a 1984 IMP SC 190 Cuddy cabin. I would like to know more about it. I am pretty sure it has the OMC outdrive, and it is a V8, I think the 5.0L, but am not sure yet. Believe it or not, the original owners manual was in the glove compartment of the boat, but not one for the motor. Just the boat, and "general" motor operating procedures. If anyone has any more info on this boat, I'd sure like to hear from you. I'll get some pictures later.

    Thanks
     
  9. edjunior
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    Hmmm, how about a picture? Will that entice some interest??

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  10. kujawa
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    72 aztec.. new boat owner imp

    hi,, just bought a 72 imp.. beauty !... AZTEC just needing infor.. manual, some parts, etc.. anyone know more? love this boat.. so far !

    its a hard top .. in mint condition
     
  11. khschmitt
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    Hello, I've got a 73 IMP Cabin Cruiser that I'm parting out. Call me at 918-815-2.831
     
  12. khschmitt
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    khschmitt Junior Member

    73 IMP Cabin Cruiser

    Call me for details. I'll be parting out this or will sell it whole!

    918-815-2831
    Kurt
     

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  13. bill4tuna
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    "kicker" bracket

    Hi, I have a 1978 20' aztec that I love. I had a kicker bracket fabricated. The commercial ones do not work because of the stern "slant" of this model. I want to share it with you all but I don't know how to post the pictures.
    So, how do I post the pictures. You will be impressed.
    bill4tuna
     
  14. fedcourtdawg
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    fedcourtdawg bigdawg

    evenin all new to the site as i became aimp owner again today with the purchase of a 78 23 ft inca with a flybridge. the question i have is any one know how many came with the flybridge and are they able to be removed? the boat is in great shape so far with only very minor cosmetics needed on it , the trailer is great shape as well. been well kept it appears. i,m sure i,ll be here alot looking for suggestions and help. i,ve been working on restoring my last 2 wooden boats and did get finished (i think) on them and thought it was time to go to some different style of boat. hence the inca. looking forward to your help in the very near future.
     

  15. edjunior
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    edjunior Senior Member

    bill4tuna, to attach a picture, at the bottom of the screen (just below the "Quick Reply" box), click on the "Go Advanced" button. You can type your reply just as you do in the Quick Reply box. To add your attachments, click on the little paper clip above the reply box (right by the smiley face). From there, you can browse to the place on your computer where the pictures are stored and select them. To insert them, place your cursor where you want to insert the picture, click on the paper clip again, and insert the picture you want. Submit the reply and you're in like Flint!
     
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